Advanced Dairy Science and Technology by Trevor Britz, Richard K. Robinson

By Trevor Britz, Richard K. Robinson

This significant and finished booklet covers, extensive, an important contemporary advances in dairy expertise. delivering middle commercially vital details for the dairy undefined, the editors, either across the world identified for his or her paintings during this quarter, have drawn jointly a powerful and authoritative record of contributing authors.Topics coated comprise: warmth remedy, membrane processing, hygiene by means of layout, software of HACCP, automation, security and caliber, smooth laboratory practices and research, and environmental aspects.This publication is a vital buy for all dairy technologists around the globe, even if in educational learn and educating, or inside meals businesses.

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Membranes that carry one type of ionizable group, either negative or positive, are called monopolar membranes, and they are permeable to only one type of ion. Bipolar membranes also exist, which consist of a cation-exchange layer, an anion-exchange layer and a hydrophilic transition layer as their junction. The main ionic groups used for the preparation of these − membranes are sulfonic acid (−SO3 ), carboxylic acid (−COO−), arsenic acid (−AsO2− 3 ), + + + phosphoric acid (−PO2− ) and alkyl ammonium (−NR , −NHR , −NH R ) groups.

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